Friday, May 24, 2013

A Burning Question

If electronic versions of the Bible and Koran are deleted, is that any less objectionable to Christians and Muslims than if hard copies of their holy books are burned? If so, why?

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  1. Wow, that is a very good question. I should ask some believers I know about this.

  2. I know a Islamic Studies scholar. After the death of Muhammad, there were different versions of the Koran floating around, and competing sects of Muslims gathered up and burned the ones they didn't like.

  3. If deletion was an option during the days of the Inquisition it begs the question what the church would have done to 'heretics'? ;)